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Looks like a Parasol. Green gills/spores = bad. Changes to red when cut, or when gills pressed = not a Parasol. If the stipe has a snakeskin-like stipe and the veil ring moves freely along it you likely have a Parasol. Can't say it's a Parasol from pictures.
 

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Looks like a Parasol. Green gills/spores = bad. Changes to red when cut, or when gills pressed = not a Parasol. If the stipe has a snakeskin-like stipe and the veil ring moves freely along it you likely have a Parasol. Can't say it's a Parasol from pictures.
Hi there could u help me identify these?
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Little Brown Mushrooms are very difficult to identify. You need a lot of experience and most aren't worth the hassle to identify. You might have a huge patch of velvet foot or honey, and a few Deadly Galerina mixed in. If you are really getting into mushrooms pick up a good field book, a microscope, 4% KOH (potassium hydroxide, aqueous), 10% FeSO4 (iron sulfate, aqueous), NH3OH (dilute ammonia, aqueous). Happy hunting brother.
 
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